By our correspondent
Karachi: At least 14 more people were killed as the law and order situation deteriorated in Karachi on Friday. Some 28 people have been killed in the city during the last three days.
Most of the killings on Friday took place in the Orangi Town area, where drive-by shootings claimed seven lives. Attackers on a motorbike killed three people at the Qadhafi Chowk in Orangi Town while four other people were shot dead in separate incidents in the area.
One person was gunned down near the highly-guarded Bilawal House in Clifton. Other areas affected by violence included New Sabzi Mandi, Teen Hati and Gadap.
The only measure the government took was Home Minister Sindh Manzoor Wassan ordering the police to increase patrolling in the affected areas.
The chief justice of the Sindh High Court, while taking notice of the fresh wave of violence, has ordered the chiefs of the Karachi Police and Rangers to brief the court about the efforts being made to curb the recurring instances of violence in the city.